5 letter words starting with BIN

The following list contains 4 five letter words in English

5 letter words starting with BIN in English

5 letter words starting with BIND

5 letter words starting with BING

Common 5 letter words starting with BIN with meaning

Bindi 1. Parts of Speech


2. Definitions
  • A small decorative dot or jewel worn on the forehead, especially in Hindu culture.
3. Pronunciations
  • US: /ˈbɪndi/
  • UK: /ˈbɪndi/
4. Origin and Usage

The word "bindi" comes from the Sanskrit word "bindu" which means "a drop or a small dot." In Hindu culture, the bindi is a symbol of the third eye, which is believed to be a source of spiritual power and wisdom. It is typically worn by women on the forehead between the eyebrows, but it can also be worn by men. The bindi has become popular in Western culture as a fashion accessory, but it is still an important symbol in Hindu culture.

5. Synonyms
  • Tilak
  • Pottu
  • Kumkum
6. Related Words
  • Bison
  • Brind
  • Binds
  • Bland
  • Blind
7. Example Sentences
  • She wore a beautiful red bindi on her forehead for the wedding ceremony.
  • The bindi is an important symbol in Hindu culture.
  • He decided to wear a small black bindi as a sign of respect for the culture.
Parts of Speech:

Binds is a verb.


Binds means to tie or fasten something tightly together, or to bring people or things together in a close relationship.


US: /baɪndz/

UK: /baɪndz/

Origin and Usage:

The word "binds" comes from the Old English word "bindan," which means "to tie up." It has been in use since the 14th century and is commonly used in everyday language to refer to tying or fastening something tightly together, such as with a rope or string. It can also be used to describe bringing people or things together in a close relationship, such as "the shared experience of working on a project binds the team together."


Secure, tie, fasten, attach, unite, connect, link, bond, join, stick together.

Related Words:

Blend, blind, child, field, grand, grind, hindu, kinds, minds, round, sound, wands, wound.

Example Sentences:
  1. She binds her hair back with a hairband.
  2. They are bound by a common interest in music.
  3. The contract binds both parties to the agreement.
  4. The glue binds the two pieces of wood together.
  5. His sense of duty binds him to his job.
Binge Parts of Speech

Noun, verb


As a noun, binge means a period of excessive indulgence in an activity, especially drinking alcohol or eating. As a verb, binge means to indulge in an activity, especially eating or drinking, to excess.


US: /bɪndʒ/

UK: /bɪn(d)ʒ/

Origin and Usage

The word "binge" originated in the mid-19th century from the English dialect word "bing" meaning "a drinking bout." It became more widely used in the 20th century to describe any excessive indulgence, such as binge eating or binge watching TV shows. It is commonly used in informal contexts.


As a noun: spree, bout, excess, overindulgence

As a verb: indulge, overdo, overindulge, overeat, overdrink

Related Words

Drink, feast, glutton, gorge, pigout

Example Sentences

As a noun: She went on a binge and drank too much last night. He had a food binge and ate a whole pizza by himself.

As a verb: She binged on chocolate and gained five pounds. He binged on the entire season of his favorite TV show in one weekend.

Bingo Parts of Speech

Noun, Verb

  1. a game of chance played with cards and numbers, in which players mark off numbers on their cards as they are called out by a caller
  2. to achieve a sudden success or win
  • US: /ˈbɪŋɡoʊ/
  • UK: /ˈbɪŋɡəʊ/
Origin and Usage

The word "bingo" originated in the United States in the early 20th century and was originally called "beano". It was played at carnivals and fairs before being adapted into a game called "bingo" in the 1930s. The game became popular in the UK during World War II when it was used to raise funds for the war effort. The verb form of "bingo" means to achieve a sudden success or win, often used in a celebratory context.

  • lotto
  • raffle
  • draw
Related Words
  • binge
  • bring
  • being
  • bison
  • bigot
Example Sentences
  • She won the bingo game by getting five in a row.
  • After years of hard work, he finally hit the jackpot and yelled "bingo!"